Felicity Jones signed up for ‘The Midnight Sky’ as a result of she liked the connection between her and George Clooney’s characters.
Within the film, Felicity, 37, performs astronaut Sully, who learns on a return journey to Earth that humanity has been worn out and whose solely contact is dying scientist Augustine (Clooney) and Felicity was significantly moved by the ultimate scene between the pair.
She advised The Hollywood Reporter: “George had already shot his half, so I used to be capable of watch that, which was actually useful to then inform what I used to be doing on my facet. It is what I liked concerning the script after I learn it. It is what made me need to do it, was that central relationship, that want for the 2 of them to seek out one another.
“It was one which I considered so much, meditated on so much, in preparation. Fortunately I used to be capturing it towards the top of our schedule so I actually felt like I had Sully and knew who she was and will give it every little thing I’ve.
“It was there on the very starting that it could be a meditation not solely on Augustine’s relationship with Sully, but additionally Sully’s relationship together with her little one. That is why blood is such a function of the movie. You see the blood going by the tubes initially when Augustine is doing the chemotherapy. It’s a type of understanding of these relationships, of what in the long run has that means for us.”
George, 59, wrote Felicity’s being pregnant into the script and she or he feels prefer it was “meant to be”.
She mentioned: “It feels prefer it was all the time meant to be that Sully could be pregnant in it.”